Artist Devin Thor sculpts slabs of sandstone into representation of extinct mammals, an homage to our prehistoric ancestors and the animals they painted on cave walls across the globe.
His work will be on display through April, at Gallery 825, with an artist reception on April 9 from 6pm to 9pm. This weekend brings Brewery Artwalk where artists who work and live and the world’s largest art colony open their studios to the public. Cartwheel Art celebrates Los Angeles’ place as an international art city on April 17 as part of World Art Day.
What is striking about the Dusters Logo Artist Collaboration is that it involved not just one but five artists.
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Such is California Locos, whose "Somos Locos" pop-up show […] Read More Blogtown, March 14, 2017 - If you missed last Summer's party for the Cali Locos art opening thrown by Juice Magazine in Venice, well, you're bummed.
The good news, however, is that there is another chance to celebrate this quintessential Southern California art collective's work […] Read More KCET, March 14, 2017 - What makes a group of distinctly individual artists like Chaz Bojórquez, Dave Tourjé, John Van Hamersveld, Norton Wisdom and Gary Wong combine forces into a collective identity?
The reworked mirror itself seems cognate with the artist’s shifting intentions as it draws the composition into focus.
A “restoration” in reverse, moving backward in time from finished product to earlier stages of composition, this process espies a hidden narrative teased out of the underdrawing’s hatching and overlapping lines.